Calendar of Events

Throughout the year, the Washington Talking Book & Braille Library hosts events for patrons and interested parties. All events are open to the public and tours are always available before or after events. Also listed are events at which WTBBL will host a table or present information.

Date and Time Description

Ongoing Event


11:00 AM

Multisensory Storytime

Come read, play, dance, sing, and explore your senses at WTBBL's Multisensory Storytime every Friday at 11:00 AM! All children ages 0-5 and their caregivers are welcome to attend. A short craft will follow each storytime. Free parking is available in the attached garage. For more information, contact (206) 615-1253.

Ongoing Event

First & Third Tuesday

9:00 AM - 10:00 AM

Yoga at WTBBL

Please join us for a free one hour yoga class at WTBBL where both joyful movement and meditation are part of the experience. This class is free of charge and all are welcome! It is recommended you bring a small towel and water bottle. Mats are provided. Free parking is available.

Ongoing Event

September 14, 2019- April 4, 2020

9:00 AM - 12:30PM

Braille class at WTBBL

If you love to read and want to help promote literacy, you can learn to transcribe books into braille. WTBBL will offer a free course in braille transcription in 24 lessons on Saturday mornings. Register online or call 206-615-0400 for more information.


August 24

9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Seattle Fly Day Challenge

Take a ride in an airplane, free for children with disabilities and one friend/family member! Registration is required at the Challenge Air Website. Ages 7-21 at Paine Airfield/Historic Flight Foundation.

 Saturday - Sunday

September 14 & 15


Fiestas Patrias at the Seattle Center

WTBBL will host an outreach table at Fiestas Patrias, the annual commemoration of independence for Latin American countries, many of which celebrate independence days in the month of September. See you there!


September 18

11:00 AM



"Finding Health Information You Can Trust" at WTBBL

Want to be more engaged in your health? Join us to learn how to utilize the authoritative and freely available resources from the National Library of Medicine. For more information call the library at 206-615-0400.

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